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Looking up the valley towards 14,130 ft Capitol Peak, it's evident that this landscape is in transition. It's late September in the Elk Mountains. Lush, green aspens are beginning to turn their famous shade of gold. The summit of this fourteener has just received its first dusting of snow. Day turns to night.

Capitol Peak - White River National Forest - Colorado


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Kirkjufell (the mountain) and Kirkjufellfoss (the waterfalls), Iceland

From Grundarfjordur the picturesque mountain Kirkjufell rises a mere 463m and is known as the Church mountain for its shape. I like this view better though (it doesn't look so pointy from other angles) and these little falls added to the unique landscape.

We used the mountain to gauge the weather in the two days we stayed in Grundarfjordur - if we couldn't see the top of it, we wouldn't head out; most of the time that meant rain and visibility wasn't good for the other mountains in the area. The theory seemed to work quite well! Lovely HI hostel in this town too.
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A photo from the final morning in California before coming back home to Idaho.
Thanks for taking a look!

Owens River, Eastern Sierras - California

Post processing- Desaturate, Sharpening , crop, border.
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The warm rays of sunrise begin to burn off the morning fog over the lost city of Machu Picchu. I was lucky enough to be on the first train back to the ruins after the disastrous floods of winter, 2009. This was the first day in nearly 4 months that the park had received any visitors. And it was empty at sunrise!
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Waterscapes
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I've had a few people ask me this week why I don't allow comments - and given the content of my recent journal I thought I should explain before I look like a hypocrite! I always like to respond to feedback that I receive - and I'm always grateful when I have the time to reply to each person - even if it is a generic message. But as school has moved on that has become more difficult to do. I reached a point last year when I was spending too much time replying to my own work - I was missing out on the work of others, the main reason why I joined this site. I'd rather be commenting on work that doesn't belong to me and learning through the creations of other artists. But, and this is a big 'but' - I still like to receive feedback. As a photographer I still have a lot to learn and I'd really like to hear what you think of my work. If you have any critiques please send me a note - I'd be more than happy to read it and consider your ideas / input!

The Photo

After a week of thunderstorms and cool weather we had amazing skies yesterday - lots of sun and cloud. I haven't caught a proper sunset in a while so I decided to head north from Wolfville to Scots Bay, Nova Scotia - a tiny community just before Cape Split on the New Minas Basin. When you drive through Scots Bay there is a beach off of Wharf Road where you can park your car and take a walk along the ocean. The sun sets around 8:45, and high tide was around 7:20 last night. When I got there the water was just starting to go out so it was uncovering all of the large rocks that are usually submerged (even the remains of an old wharf!). Beyond the two rocks in the surf you'll see a series of dots along the horizon that are slightly blurred - these are buoys for fishing. Behind them are the hills of Cape Split and small homes nestled in the rocks. While taking photos you could see seals in the distance - a magic time of day.

The misty effect that you see is the movement of water over the course of a 2 second exposure. This shot is quite different from the last I posted: [link]

The frame is slightly underexposed so I don't have as much detail in the rocks - but the tones of the water are better handled than 'Solkku's Surf.' I also used a Tiffen warming filter to reduce the amount of blue from the water.

As the sun hit the horizon the tide began moving out faster as the beach is fairly shallow. In the span of 20 minutes it probably receeded about 30 feet. When I would find a rock pattern that I liked I'd have less than a minute to set up the tripod and compose a frame before being forced to follow the waves farther out. I used the Canon 10-22 for this (at roughly 15mm as the filter holders begin to block the lens when you go wider on the zoom). On the end of the lens was a Tiffen polarizer to cut some of the reflective glare, a Hoya ND 8x to cut the available light by 8 stops, and two Singh-Ray ND Grads. The Hoya came in handy as it allowed me to keep the aperature fairly wide open (f10). I didn't want to stop down any farther as I've recently discovered that the lens defraction is really bad as you get closer to f22. The first Singh-Ray was a 3x Reverse Grad that I used to cut the light from the horizon upwards (most NDs cut light from the sky down). The second Singh-Ray was a 2x traditional Grad to cut some of the light above and create the vignetting effect that you see.

PhotoShop work is limited to dust removal in the sky and the addition of a border / text.

I have a few others from the evening that I'd like to share with you over the next few weeks - I hope you enjoy!

Tools

Canon EOS 20D | Canon 10-22mm | ISO 100 | f10 | s2 | Tiffen Polarizer | Hoya ND 8x | Singh-Ray 3x Reverse Grad ND | Singh-Ray 2x Grad ND | Tiffen 85A Warming Filter
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Hello everyone! Here's a shot I took back in January of this year in Pelline (an islet outside Porvoo in Finland), when there still was no ice and snow. It has been a while since I have submitted a moody waterscape shot, so I decided to submit this one. Processed RAW in PS, burned & dodged a bit, added a green tint and soft vignetting.

Print available.

Info: Canon EOS 20D | Sigma 12-24mm EX HSM | ISO100 | f/22 | 1/4 secs

Hope you like it. Comments and critiques are welcomed.

Paavo
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New Years Day, 2005. Somehow, I recovered from my hangover quickly enough to get out and take some photographs. This shot shows chunks of ice strewn about the shoreline at Harmony Beach, roughly 40 km north of Sault Ste. Marie.

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I've had a few people ask why I don't allow comments - and given the content of my recent journals I thought I should explain before I look like a hypocrite! I always like to respond to feedback that I receive - and I'm always grateful when I have the time to reply to each person, even if it is a generic message. But as school has moved on that has become more difficult to do. I reached a point last year when I was spending too much time replying to my own work - I was missing out on the work of others which was the main reason why I joined this site. I'd rather be commenting on work that doesn't belong to me and learning through the creations of other artists. But, and this is a big 'but' - I still like to receive feedback. As a photographer I still have a lot to learn and I'd really like to hear what you think of my work. If you have any critiques please send me a note - I'd be more than happy to read it and consider your ideas / input!

The Location

This photograph was taken at my favourite spot in Nova Scotia: Scots Bay which lies on the western shoreline of Cape Split. This was taken at high tide (around 2:30PM) when the sun was out in full force and the waves breaking along the shore were high because of the wind (~2ft). The water looks like glass because it's movement has been reduced over the course of a 90 second exposure.

The Photo

Compared to other coastal shots I've captured, the set-up for this was pretty simple. An article that covers the different filters I've used can be found here: [link]

My original goal during my visit was to capture a series of old wharf posts surrounded by the rising tide (Scots Bay used to be a large ship building and trading centre, although the only remains of past structures are their support beams) - I missed my window of opporunity by about an hour so I decided to take a walk along the beach to see what I could find. At the northern end of the rocky beach is a large collection of drift wood - including this piece that had just washed ashore. It was quite long (approximately 20 feet) so I wasn't able to fit the entire piece in the frame, but the curve at the one end made for a nice composition within a square frame format.

The following is a step-by-step process of how the photo was captured;

:bulletgreen: The first thing to do was find a suitable angle for the shot and prepare the camera. I had about 5 minutes before the tide started to wash over the wood so I had to act quickly. After about 5 minutes of shooting the waves were strong enough to move the wood around so I had to pack up and head home.

:bulletgreen: The second thing to do was focusing. A key step is to find your focal point before you start to put filters on - it makes the process that much easier. I focused on the driftwood / shoreline and then set the camera to manual focus so that any accidental push of the shutter buttons wouldn't change my focal point.

:bulletgreen: The third thing to do was attaching the polarizer (made by Tiffen), a filter used to cut reflective light on shiny surfaces and in the sky. In this case I wanted to cut the glare of the water so that I could lengthen the exposure a bit. The sun was very intense and during a couple of my test shots earlier I had a few blown highlights on my camera's histogram. A great tutorial on histogram use can be found here: [link]

While I'm not concerned with creating the 'perfect histogram', I've found that it is a useful tool when I'm out in the field and can't see the finer detail on my LCD. It's nice to have information in the highlights and shadows when you bring a photo into an editing program - because it is a flexibe image you have more to work with and can 'push' or 'pull' a photograph more without losing detail at the extremes.

:bulletgreen: After the polarizer was mounted and I had found the desired setting I attached a Hoya ND400 filter on top. This filter works to cut all available light - reflective and non-reflective. This was one of the first times I've used an ND400 - it has the ability to cut light to 1/500th of it's original intensity (allowing for longer exposures than the ND8x I've been using previously). The nice thing about an ND filter is that it gives you more control over your aperature / depth of field. Before I was using ND filters I had to stop my lenses down to f22 or higher in order to reduce the amount of light. A major problem that I was running into was lens diffraction: my depth of field was increasing, but the sharpness of my photos was decreasing. Although each lens is different, most wide angle lenses perform the best (in regards to sharpness) between f5.6 and f8.

:bulletgreen: The third filter to be mounted on the lens was a Hoya ND8x - less powerful than the ND400, but it works in the same manner. When I combine the two filters the amount of light blocked at any given moment is greater then when a single ND filter is attached. I'd really like to have a second ND400, but money is tight so I'll have to wait!

:bulletgreen: The last step was to attach the TC-80N3 remote timer. I put the camera on full manual mode and set the aperature to f8. I had done a series of test shots before finding the driftwood and found that given the intense light of the mid-day sun, an exposure time of 90 seconds was best.

Photoshop Work

In contrast to my last submission, there wasn't a lot of photoshop work involved with this piece. A fellow deviant suggested that I shoot in RAW to avoid high noise levels - he was right! Even though this was 90 seconds in length and the light coming through the lens was finite, there was virtually no noise present. The noise that did exist in the flat tones of the sky was quickly erased with Noise Ninja - a noise reduction program that can be found here;
[link]

I created a custom profile for noise reduction - an 8MP Canon 20D shooting for 90 seconds in monotone RAW. The rest is history.

The final step was to bring this into Photoshop for resizing and sharpening. In the past I've used the basic 'Sharpen' command, but I've found that the 'Un-Sharp Mask' command gives better results. The edges are crisp, but they aren't as jagged as other sharpening options.

Tools

Canon EOS 20D | Canon 10-22mm | ISO 100 | f8 | Shutter: 1.5 minutes (90 seconds) | Canon TC-80N3 Remote Timer | Tiffen Polarizer | Hoya ND400 Filter | Hoya ND8x Filter | Manfrotto 190CL Tripod |
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Surfers Piont, Margaret River 10pm

1600 iso
12 seconds
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Sunset
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..lovely springtime...
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I am reminded of a childhood summers :)
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I was alone watching the daybreak on that day. I couldn't actually see the sun because of the clouds but they were promoting a gorgeous spectacle, which I believe I was the only one there at that place awaken to watch. These moments are the ones that make me feel glad to be a photographer (at least I think I can call me this way). As I was witnessing the first breathes of the dawn at the beach, I felt an absolute inner peace that I can't even explain.


Bahia, Brazil.


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HDR image of sunrise and ocean swell on rocks
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I've reprocessed all my old favorites and I'll be updating them over the coming weeks. I remember every detail of this sunset like it was yesterday and until now (3.5 years later) I have not seen better light at Kogelbay.
I would give a leg to shoot this again with a full frame camera system and Lee filters!

Either way, it is still one of my all time favorites.

Shot on 30 May 2008 at Kogelbay, South Africa

Canon 40D
Sigma 10-20mm
Cokin 2 stop grad
0.3s
f/11
ISO100


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landscape
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so simple but not be explained, nor can it be contained in words ...

taken on a very foggy, coldy day ;)

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Norway, Hjelle

Panorama, 5 vertical photos
Canon EOS 5D + Canon 17-40 f4

Changed to larger (1280 pix) version

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I thought to submit something bright between all my recent dark photography :)
Taken out in the nature at the early morning (IR filter attached).

..sometimes you do not need to take a plane for holidays. Sometimes you just need to look close enough to find beauty where YOU live! It's all about being at the right place at the right time :)

Happy sunday! I hope you enjoy?
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Autumn light








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Insane sunset, and I almost missed it :)

Location: Terra Nova, Richmond, Beautiful British Columbia, Canada. 
Equipment: Nikon D5200 + Nikon 10-24mm. 
Processing: Photomatix Pro 5 and Photoshop CC from 3 x RAW.

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Fully handmade work: necklace
technique: wire-wrapping
materials: sterling silver, fine silver, labradorite
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East Shore of Lake Tahoe, Nevada

Bonsai Rock130228-60
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Sunrise over a misty valley where the famous Chocolate Hills of Bohol, Philippines stand.

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5D mark II + 17-40L + Singh-Ray 3-stop reverse and 2-stop soft-edge graduated neutral density filters.
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FINAL

2 System files included (SP1 compatible)
4 Wallpapers included

32bits and 64bits compatible
Taskbar on Bottom, Top and Left compatible
Window Color available (It's supposed to be without. Apply the theme again if it appears blue. Corners may have problems if you use it !)




INSTALL :



1) FIRST, DOWNLOAD AND RUN THIS Universal Theme Patcher IN ADMINISTRATOR MODE (right-clic > "Run as administrator"), UAC must be turned off
After patch, restart computer to take effect.

2) extract content ("Soft7 2.0.theme" & "Soft7 2.0" folder) into C:\Windows\Resources\Themes
and double-click on Soft7 2.0.theme
Then restart Windows in order that everything take effect ! (or only the explorer.exe if you know how to do it)


To change the navigation buttons you have to change your ExplorerFrame.dll :
Windows Theme Installer by Kishan-Bagaria
(Works only for the explorerframe.dll in "System32", so perfect for Windows 7 32bits. However, for Windows 7 64bits you'll also have to change the second explorerframe.dll (32bits) manually in the folder written below)



For 32bits Windows 7 :
Explorerframe.dll 32bits > "C:\WindowsSystem32"

For 64bits Windows 7 :
Explorerframe.dll 64bits > "C:\WindowsSystem32"
Explorerframe.dll 32bits > "C:\WindowsSysWOW64"



Yes, these are the right folders ! 64/32 and 32/64 :)



I use [link] for a small shadow above the superbar
Icons in the superbar : Token by ~brsev
Start orb : steelOrb 2 by me

Icons in the Explorer : Zvend by Henri Liriani & Pry Frente by Jonas Rask

Wallpaper : eCO by ~lassekongo83
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30 Seconds of Magic

Plitvice National Park, Croatia

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Location: Plitvice National Park, Croatia [link]
Date: October 08th, 2010
Light Conditions: Sunny
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Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark II
Lens: Canon EF 70-200mm f/4L IS USM
Focal Length: 70 mm

Shutter Speed: 1/3 sec
Aperture: 11.0
ISO: 100

Tripod: Feisol CT-3402
Tripod Head: Acratech Ultimate Ballhead

Filters: Hoya HD Circular Polarizer

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[Vercors - FRANCE]
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Four paragliders playing around with the wind blowing on the ridge which leads to the Vanil des Artses (1993m) on the right hand side on the picture. This is viewed from Cape au Moine summit.
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One Greek magical summer sunset...
Nikon D50
Nikkor 18-55mm
3 Horizontal Shots (upwards)
Cokin P121 + P120
Hoya Circ Polarizer
Apperture: f/11
Shutter: 0.4s
Date: 16/06/2007 - 8:00pm
Location: Kammena Vourla - Greece
Track Playing: Paradise Lost - True Belief
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Are you there?
Is it wonderful to know
All the ghosts...
All the ghosts...
Freak my selfish out
My mind is happy
Need to learn to let it go
I know you'd do no harm to me

But since you've been gone I've been lost inside
Tried and failed as we walked by the riverside
And I wish you could see the love in her eyes
The best friend that eluded you lost in time
Burned alive in the heat of a grieving mind

But what can I say now?
It couldn't be more wrong
Cos there's no one there
Unmistakably lost and without a care
Did we lose all the love that we could have shared
And its wearing me down
And its turning me round
And I can't find a way
Now to find it out
Where are you when I need you...

Are you there?


Nikon D50
Nikkor 18-55mm
Panorama: 6 Vertical shots
Focal Length: 18mm
Shutter: 1/4s
Apperture: f/22
Cokin P121 + Cokin P120 + Hoya Circ Polarizer
Date: 7/8/2007 - 7:00pm
Location: Elounda - Crete / Greece
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Time goes by...
It's been sometime since I last had the weather in favor for some nice shots, and surely it's been sometime I got away from Athens to shoot the country side.
Nevertheless Easter is at the doorstep and I am waiting the chance to escape city madness.
This one is again from Palaio Faliro, the light and the sky was constantly changing due to the bad weather, had the chance to try different exposures.
To much sea spray and salt landing on the GND, me loosing patience with the weather and worrying for my equipment (no more, I ordered some Optech rain sleeve finally to be on the safe side) but nevertheless fascinated by the beauty and power of Nature...

Canon 5D | Canon 17-40L | Hitech 3 Stop Hard edged GND + Marumi Glass protection filter | Aperture: f/16 | Shutter: 1/3 sec | Cable Release | Tripod: Manfrotto 055X ProB - Manfrotto 804RC2 | Location: Palaio Faliro / Attica / Greece | Date / Time: 7/3/2009 - 6:20pm
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This photo has not been photoshopped. The image is exactly as the camera took it. The camera was not set to take sepia pictures, but it ended up like this.

I would like to thank everyone in advance for the faves and comments. I am starting to get too much of a workload to keep up with. I will try and thank people individually as I can, but incase I don't get to you, Thank you! :D :hug: :heart:

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Location: Poland >> Wrocław

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Taken about a month ago, in Estonia.
Camera: Nikon D80
Feel free to comment :)
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Taken on a particularly electric evening in Everglades National Park...

Camera Model: Canon EOS 5D Mark II
Shutter speed: 30 sec
Lens: EF24-105mm f/4L IS USM
Focal length: 32mm
One million hungry mosquitoes :)
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Taken at Lightning Ridge N.S.W. on the 12.01.07 at 10:45pm This was the best photo of the night! I took this out on the plains SW of Lightning Ridge. The cloud structure was amazing this particular night!
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A seagull flying off into the fog at the Golden Gate at sunset.... :heart:

More Golden Gate & SF shots
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The Skys Over All
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It's late July and the mountainsides are covered in colorful wildflowers. A cluster of indian paintbrush fills the foreground as the sun disappears over the Ten Mile Range in Breckenridge, Colorado. Wildflower season in the mountains comes and goes very quicky. It won't be long before these flowers are just a memory. For now, though, these hardy plants make for a beautiful, albeit temoporary, mountainside tapestry.

White River National Forest - Colorado

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The remains of an old jetty found just in time for sunset:D This was taken afterwards at twilight, which seems to last for hours in NZ.

Lake Wakatipu, New Zealand

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Day 11 of my challenge, the goal is to submit a new infrared picture a day for the whole summer.

This is so far my favorite picture of the whole set, it really relaxes me, hope you enjoy it!


Taken with my new infrared ZS6, possibly the best handling I've gotten out of any IR point and shoot, better even than the older DSLRs.


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Thanks for the huge support! You've made this my most popular piece! I've allowed download of the full res original, feel free to use it as a wallpaper or post anywhere as long as credit is provided.
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Watkins Glen, NY

Magical light.

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Baku. Fortress.
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HDR made from 1 Raw.
Car: Opel Astra Coupe 2.0Turbo Bertone
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A winternight with magical moonlight illuminating the woods. Fascinating with the ring around the moon...
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HDR made from 3jpg's(aeb). This is an old experiment i did some time ago, now i have tonemapped it again and retouched it in Photoshop.

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